One Guilty Deed *spoilers*

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29 Jul 2006 19:27 #1109379653 by Martina
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Hi Danny,

no hard feelings;) ....it`s only a film location.A nice idea and I think the writer didn`t want to offend the caravan user`s lifestyle....

Have a nice weekend

greetings

Martina

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30 Jul 2006 09:34 #1109379654 by webmistress
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Hi Martina

well, yes this one was a real pleasure. Btw. There's one scene I really love to watch over and over again. Lynley yelling at Lafferty during his visit to the morgue. This scene must have been so much fun to do, you can literally see it. :)
Somehow I just don't know why this whole thing reminds me of Cary Grant somehow - OK shoot me for being too nosey here.

Cheers!

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30 Jul 2006 14:14 #1109379655 by Martina
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Hi Jessy,

yes oh yes, this scene was more than delicious:laugh: And you are right, it had a touch of Cary Grant in it......in this episode Nat had to play/give a lot of "unhappy" faces, always "distressed about" the adversities of life which came surprisingly over the"poor" DI Lynley......:unsure:I love that funny stuff, never take yourself too seriously :P

Only a good team can do this "exchange of blows"

a lot of greetings

Martina,

looking and waiting for more

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02 Aug 2006 13:44 #1109379660 by webmistress
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Ahem and there's so much more to see and tell... see that scratch Lynley's good old car gets while it's staying on that camping ground? :blink:

Lynley says that the place is being haunted and that probably a ghost was held accountable for it... :silly:

Must have been a ghost, because that scratch is gone the other day without that the car ever have been away for too much time. At least I don't get a nice new varnishing within that short period of time - OK give me the address of that garage and I'd be happy to get my car there next time. :P

Cheers!

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12 Feb 2007 04:59 #1109380659 by Auriga
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Season 5 seemed bloodier than earlier seasons. In One Guilty Deed they showed a child's blood on the wall and then Lafferty washing blood down a table sink. (Not that I mind, I'm a Silent Hill game fan.) And in Helen's shooting, they showed blood on her, which they didn't really do when Havers got shot in season 3.

I loved the scene in the marshes where Lynleys running towards a knocked out Havers and he tells her he's here.. Aww...

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28 Feb 2007 23:35 #1109380758 by ElizabethUSA8
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Hi everybody,

I've finally figured out how to get in here, with Jessika's help.

I wrote before, but so far haven't found the answer to my question....I think someone replied but I couldn't get in that day............due to other reasons.

My question is now, are there two episodes in "One Guilty Deed"........and that is the short 5th season that Nat talked about? And how have you seen it, on the satellite from Denmark or whichever country it was...........I am sorry but I can't recall. It hasn't been shown yet in England, right? and when might we get it in the US?

And I thought Helen was gone..............when someone spoke of the nice/new Mrs. Helen Lynley, was it just that a different actress played her?

I don't mind spoilers at all.........................I miss Lynley and Havers so much, it hurts!!!!!!!!

anyway, when will you get to see it in England and how have you already seen it? Thank you so very much.

Your devoted American friend, Elizabeth, in San Diego, California!
love to all the fans here, and I send greetings of course to Nat!

ElizabethB) :whistle: :cheer:

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